Ghostbusters: The Video Game is for all intents and purposes the third Ghostbusters film. Written by Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis, it features the voice talents of, well, everyone. Not only did they get the four main Ghostbusters, but even smaller roles like Annie Potts as Janine the secretary and William Atherton as EPA jerk Walter Peck are present. For Ghostbusters fans this is a better sequel than 1989's Ghostbusters II. The game takes place in 1991, so you would've still been hot, Sigourney. Instead you decided to shave your head for Aliens 3, but that's off topic. When we catch up with the boys, we find that they're doing pretty well. They're under contract with the city to keep the Big Apple ghost free. That is, until an exhibit of Gozer at the Museum of Natural History sets off a chain of events that logically brings back favorite enemies and brand new ones. The new bad guys will bring a smile to Ghostbusters fans because they're based on throwaway lines from the first film. Aykroyd and Ramis' script does a brilliant job of tying them all together.